Cleveland is a lot of things, both good and bad. But the Forest City is extremely affordable.
If you live in Lakewood, Parma or Cleveland Heights, are you a Clevelander?
When a fellow downtowner and radio host/producer asks you to co-host a podcast with her about Downtown Cleveland, you say yes. And you call it The Downtowner.
I continue to be living proof that car ownership is totally unnecessary when living in a city.
In the five months I’ve lived without a car in Downtown Cleveland, I’ve saved over $2,500.
One of my new side hustles as an editor and writer of a magazine section dedicated to Downtown Cleveland takes flight.